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Blockchain technology today forms the basis of on-line secure ledger/settlement system. Blockchain is gaining momentum since it has multifaceted applications and is moving towards mainstream adoption. The global Blockchain technology market is predicted to rise from $210m in 2016 to $2.31bn by 2021. In this multi-speaker summit, leading venture capitalists and angel investors, blockchain and crytpo enthusiasts will examine the emerging Blockchain technology and its contributions to multiple levels in across different business and industry sectors. This event will focus more on Blockchain as a technology and we will deep dive to uncover the potential of this promising technology
This will help you in detecting where underlying problems and frictions exist in your organisation that will be alleviated by blockchain technologies. Using blockchain as a tool for innovation across your organisation
Blockchain has many applications – in supply chains, healthcare, global monetary systems, financial technologies, energy trading, music, electronic record authentication, delivery of Government services and many more. As a result the Blockchain technology is expected to have significant impact on various industries and so it is critical for stakeholders to formulate careful legal and business strategies around this new business models as the technology and infrastructure, as well as the corresponding market appetite and regulatory structures, evolve rapidly in disparate global markets.
This Summit brings together Blockchain technologists in the finance sector, regulators, industry commentators, computer science researchers and others involved in innovation; these experts explore some of the technology and the many applications of Blockchain.
Fake news” is not a new problem. From yellow journalism in the 19th century to today’s pay-to-play outlets, murky motives and misinformation have always stood between the public and trust in media. In recent years, of course, “fake news” has been weaponized as a political tool. Trust has eroded to dangerously low levels.
We cannot come at this problem with yesterday’s tools. Upvoting articles, downvoting headlines, creating white lists — though admirable, these solutions fail to recognize that “fake news” isn’t always “fake.” The issue is more often one of slant and bias, and we cannot expect Facebook, Google or Twitter to build filters against subjectivity.
Instead, restoring the public’s trust in media requires a decentralized approach. Wherever you get your news — cable news, Facebook, your phone — it’s important to know who’s behind the news:
Can you trust a local news anchor who recites an op-ed about Beltway politics?
Can you trust an online reviewer who gives five stars to a trendy mattress brand?
Can you trust the CEO who condemns a regulatory initiative in a Forbes article?
In this talk, award-winning journalist Jeff Koyen will explore how blockchain technology can be used in the fight against fake news.
What are broker/dealers and asset owners dreaming up this Quarter? What are they asking about? Are we close to a spike in STO offerings around the world?
This panel will explore the questions “What happens when it all goes wrong?” and “How do you fix or prevent it?” We will discuss potential security issues arising from blockchain technology, from both a business and technical standpoint, as well as address potential legal, regulatory and economic pitfalls and solutions for blockchain-based projects and companies using these technologies.
The success of up-and-coming decentralized applications is going to be directly correlated with their ease of use. As exciting
as the explosion of technical developments in the blockchain space
have been, we've yet to see a similar explosion of blockchain-powered
In this talk, we will discuss what it's going to take for a hundred flowers to bloom in crypto. This will include analysis
based on the DApp development cycle at Hydrogen, as well as an
overview of functional DApps in existence today.
The world has been in a frenzy over the price and perceived utility of Bitcoin and smart contract-based digital assets, but little attention has been given to the trillions of dollars of real-world assets and like financial instruments that can be tokenized and transacted with on regulated financial platforms. The transformation of real-world assets into tokenized securities that exist on blockchains presents one of the greatest leaps forward in financial technology.
In this talk, we will look into the securities tokens arms race, their associated capabilities, risks and market fragmentation,
as well as the need for regulated platforms. Whether it be
big banks and institutions or new incumbents, financial disruption
is imminent. Understanding more of the positioning of established
players and new market entrants will be critical as we make
progress in this new realm of global asset interaction.
In this talk, we will look into the securities tokens arms race, their associated capabilities, risks and market fragmentation, as well as the need for regulated platforms. Whether it be big banks and institutions or new incumbents, financial disruption is imminent. Understanding more of the positioning of established players and new market entrants will be critical as we make progress in this new realm of global asset interaction.
The talk itself would outline all the areas in the payment process that have premiums attached due to trust, or an inability to provide an authoritative record.
Blockchain has been an exemplary technology in maintaining the integrity of node to node communications and openness of transactions. This has tremendously changed how we think about current financial models and the ability to move it to a distributed ledger model bringing more visibility.
But don’t you think that the only good side of cryptocurrency and blockchain sounds like an illusion? That seems to be true and this is where we dive into the darker side of cryptocurrency world in this presentation. This talk will discuss some of the ways bad guys have leveraged cryptocurrencies for various monetization purpose by exploiting a normal user and hacking web infrastructures. We will go over tricks and tooling used by malicious hackers to leverage security weaknesses in the system, creating mining botnet networks and using it for fun and profit.
Today’s opaque advertising ecosystem allows waste and fraud to flourish. For blockchain technology to work efficiently and one day eliminate many of these problems in the space, stakeholders must first understand and embrace self-effectuating smart legal contracts.
We need a standardized set of rules to operate within in order to enable outside capital to enter the market. In this presentation, Carolina Abenante, Founder, Vice-Chairperson, and General Counsel of NYIAX, will discuss how blockchain technology has enabled smart-contracts, which are transforming the way various industries are exchanging value and digital assets. During this session, attendees will learn what smart-contracts are and how they can help bring transparency and accountability to the ever-changing ad tech landscape
The red-hot ICO market has unleashed a tremendous amount of capital to help fuel new businesses and drive innovation. Entrepreneurs can now raise 10’s to 100’s of millions of capital from a global network of retail investors over a relatively short period of time. What used to typically take companies 5-7yrs and multiple rounds of financing is now being achieved in months, and in some cases only a few days or minutes.
Besides the cases of fraud, hacks, and scandal-- there are also questions around how much is too much? What about investor education and protection? And will any of them actually succeed?
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